Thanks for your question and sorry that you are having this problem. Anytime you have a laser procedure, there can be burning, blistering, scars, and pigment changes – these are rare but can occur. Anytime that you have a laser procedure performed you should have access – in person or over the phone – with the person who performed the procedure and there should always be a physician available to see you, answer concerns, and take care of any problems. It seems that in your case the provider has not seen you – this should be done now. if there is no MD around, then the clinic is not practicing within the standard of care and I would find another place to go. If they are in line with the standards, then the provider can determine if this is a burn of some kind or something else. Best of luck getting this taken care of.
I suggest seeing your physician immediately for skin care so that you do not get scarring from the treatment. In the future please see an experienced practitioner. Best, Dr. Emer.
This is most likely a burn from the laser. Please discuss with your provider. I use Biafine for early burns. Sometime topical steroids are needed as well as hydroquinone/Retin A.